Tag: Conservation

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Landscape photo of the Providence Canyon in Lumpkin, GA

Georgia's Little Grand Canyon: Providence Canyon

By Misael Romero-Reyes You are standing in the middle of a deep deep canyon. It has everything it needs to flourish: water, soil, sunlight, and air. There are wild boars at the water table, huge trees, even alligators! Can you believe this magical wonder would not have been possible without humans…

Events

Lunch and Learn: All About Native Plants

Don't miss this virtual class to get ready for Trees Atlanta's Native Plant Sale happening virtually in March with in-person pick-up in April. Sam Cartin, Trees Atlanta's Senior Crew Lead, will be highlighting his favorite native plants, why to plant natives, and how to select and take care of them. Trees…

Ask the Expert on Native Plants

Trees Atlanta's annual Native Plant Sale is coming up, and you might have some questions about species selection. Trees Atlanta staff Taryn and Dave discuss how to select the right plant for the right conditions and tips for ensuring a good start and long term care for them. They will share their own…

Amphibian Decline and the Importance of Habitat Restoration

Learn about amphibian declines and what the expectations are for amphibians in our future. Mark Mandica, Founder and Executive Director of the Amphibian Foundation will share the organization's history, mission and conservation efforts especially with endangered amphibian species in the Southeast. More…

Speaker Series: Granite Outcrops in Georgia's Piedmont Region

Learn about rare plants, such as diamorpha smallii displaying eye-catching red before donning white flowers, that grow in granite in our Piedmont region. In this panel session we will be joined by representatives from Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area, Panola Mountain State Park, and Stone Mountain…